Hotel Real Audiencia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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Sunday, Bloody Sunday! Even Quito, the capital is closed on a Sunday. Plus it's illegal to sell alcohol on a Sunday in this country, so sitting in the hostel common room with 3 Irish girls, 1 Canadian, 1 Suisse boy and us 2 Aussies we were really dying for a beer, worse still because we were told we can't have one on Sundays. We decided to go have a look and see if we could get a beer with dinner at least. Success! We found a burrito place ...
... a Park, a beautiful little place that provided timeless views of the entire city of Quito.
The rest of the afternoon was spent relaxing some more (again, much needed!) I promise we aren’t horribly lazy. Afterwards, we went with Dr. Morillo, and Geovy again for some Hornero Pizza, which was still amazing. The story of Hornero was excellently explained in the restaurant. Hornero’s are medium sized brown birds that are native to South ...
... day, hard work in places but great fun, especially with the girls entertaining us as they got out of the van to pose for photos with the bikes! We then caught the bus to Baños from the side of the Panamerican highway, a 6 lane motorway, after the guide told us to flag down a yellow bus - it worked and the bus stopped easily though, as they never turn down passengers! It saved us the 2 hour drive back to Quito, since Baños and Cotopaxi are both south of the ...
... local flora. Most people had amazing cameras with terrific zoom lenses and binoculars. My binoculars were in my case in Quito and my camera wasn't really up to zooming in on tree creepers, thirty feet up a tree. So I felt a bit inadequate at this point. David ...
... lecture was about the diversity of the land here--even the rainforest itself is not homogenous, as both altitude, longitude, and temperature can create vastly different environments. The speaker wanted to strongly communicate that as an ecologist, you must take every variable into account and study them in detail if you want your work to have meaning. Ecological work that stands alone is essentially an oxymoron. Both speakers were incredibly brilliant, which I swear is ...